Wait a minute....
Since Atlas/Boss is notorious for lying, stretching the truth, later realizing he's wrong, then changing his name to hide his horrible track record, let's take an educated look at the video he included as proof for his claims.First claim:FEMA is claiming something.
We see one individual talking to barely 20 people in a closed room? That's a dangerous precedent? Does Atlas realize that there are meetings like this all over the world in regards to racist agendas, drugs, or even terrorism itself? Why is freedom of speech only okay when Atlas agrees with it?
Where is FEMA's official stance on this? Does their website call the founding father's dirty bastard terrorists, or just this one dude who has probably already been reprimanded once the video hit youtube? This is not news.Second claim:
The Founding Fathers weren't terrorists.
Terrorist is not the right word, but I'm sure they caused their government a bit of terror. We'd call them revolutionaries. They wanted changed and they fought for it. The government can call it whatever it wants, the only definition that will matter is the one given by the last man standing.
This is not news and everyone with a grain of sense has already thought of their founding fathers as dangerously determined, equally understanding that we must be too if things get bad enough--- case in point, it's not bad enough yet.Third claim:
1. People who are dedicated to their cause and beliefs are dangerous.
Atlas, people who are violently dedicated to their causes or beliefs are
dangerous to anyone who opposes them.Fourth claim:
2. The passionate revolutionaries who started this country are terrorists and should be looked down upon.
For starters, this is not an official release from FEMA, so you're spreading FUD.
Secondly, can you point to the part of the video where he says you should look down on the founding fathers and not
that you should just be aware and weary of people ready to die for their beliefs (because many uneducated misguided freaks like yourself who live inside of extremism and spend all their time soaking up youtube videos will probably end up spraying bullets on students for a non-reason).Fifth claim:
Dangerous precedents are being set here, people.
Uh no. Do you even know what a precedent is? 9/11 and the War on Terror was a dangerous precedent. Patriot Act was a dangerous precedent. Some dude giving a private speech to some other dudes in a building? Grow up.